Im just wondering why Stromberg 97's became so popular over 94's or 81's and other 2 barrel carbs. I have read that 97's have a higher cfm rating, but with a multicarb setup is the extra cfm needed? What benefits do they have in multicarb setups? Are they easier to tune? Better driveability? The reason I am asking is Im building a flathead for the street with plans of a multicarb setup (3 carbs maybe even 4). I have noticed the obvious value of 97's is a good bit higher. I did a search for this and did learn a good bit, but didnt really find what I was looking for. Thanks in advance for any input and help.